Dust Covers

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Re: Dust Covers

Post by spybar » Fri May 01, 2009 4:00 pm

Hi,

I use Keywear for my Roland Fantom G7 & Roland JV-1000.

http://www.keywear.com

Keywear is about $25-$30 and protects my gear pretty well, and it looks pretty well covered as well. 8)

Hope that helps.

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Re: Dust Covers

Post by Tardis » Fri May 01, 2009 4:09 pm

I use towels & blankets I find in junk cars at work. I wash 'em a few times & I've got myself some free synth covers :)
Matter of fact, I found 2 like new red towels, & 1 red blanket still in the packaging in a Chevy truck the other day.
I'll post a pic later, they look really nice. Nothing beats FREE!!!
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Re: Dust Covers

Post by justin_havu » Mon May 04, 2009 4:11 pm

I use the generic OnStageStands spandex-material keyboard covers for my Triton and my YPG225. The main purpose for these is to keep dust from collecting in between the keys. Sadly, the other half of my rig is not covered (My Keystation 88es and K49 controllers) but I'll probably figure that out in due time.
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